Dr. Mark Roseman – CEO, Program Director (National Office)
Dr. Mark Roseman is the Founder/President of the Toby Center for Family Transitions, a Court Ordered Classroom location in Delray Beach /Boca Raton Florida. His program centers around the needs of families, when parents choose to separate, whether they are single, separated, just divorcing or never married.
Dr. Mark’s program at the Toby Center is a national model for serving the divorcing population and their children, with locations across Florida. An educator, Dr. Roseman has worked with children and parents since 1998 when he served as an advocate for joint custody and served with David L. Levy, Esq, President Emeritus of the Children’s Rights Council (CRC) in Washington, DC. In 2002-2008, Roseman served as Assistant Director for Child Access Services for the CRC developing training for supervised visitation and opening visitation locations in metro DC.
Roseman frequently quotes America’s foremost pioneer in child psychiatry, Dr. Karl Menninger who stated that “What children see at home, they will do to society.” The Toby Center philosophy is that through assisting parents to be more confident and satisfied, their children will have a better opportunity to thrive.
Dr. Roseman is a [multi-state] certified family mediator, specializing in high conflict divorce, parental alienation, the Florida court required “co-parenting class” and is a Certified Family Life Educator (CFLE). He also writes editorial commentary for the Huffington Post Online. He has been a contributing writer for 400 newspapers of the Knight Ridder Tribune Syndicate.
Mark can be reached at (561) 244-0010 or email@example.com
Judy Kraft, LCSW, MFT – Clinical Services (South Florida)
Judy Kraft is a licensed clinical social worker/ psychotherapist in private practice, Healing in Relationships, in Boynton Beach and the surrounding area. She has had a 40-year career specializing in psycho-education and family systems therapy. She has worked with dually diagnosed—addictions and mental health in National Alliance on Mental Illness and various 12 step groups. In FL, she was employed as a group and family therapist at the Family Behavioral Center in Delray Beach, and as a job coach for Goodwill Industries. Prior dual career as a nurse helps to understand symptoms and integrate medical, social, holistic health, and pharmaceutical treatments.
Judy is a social activist who has lectured, led workshops, organized coalitions seeking to change our context by turning from a culture of domination/ war to a culture of partnership /peace—caring community and work for the common good.. She was one of the founders of the Palm Beach chapter of The Network of Spiritual Progressives in 2006.
Judy was born in Worcester, MA, educated at Hartford Hospital School of Nursing, CT, Case Western Reserve/ Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, OH, Columbia School of Social Work, NY. She has worked in a variety of Mental Health settings in CT, OH, NY, AZ, NH, and “retired” in FL in 2003. She is divorced and has a daughter in FL and a son in MA. Other personal interests and activities range from walks in the ocean to Unitarian-Universalism, watercolor painting to writing—poetry and politics. Connection to people and nature sustains it all.
Vicki St. Sauvere, AA – Visitation Services (Lakeland)
My experience working with families has been fulfilling, rewarding, and most helpful to clients in multiple ways.
Academically, I have an Associates degree in Criminal Justice and Certification in Child Care & Management. I first began working with families as an advocate for those mentally challenged, frequently teaching how to use public transportation and personal self-care. Since then, I expanded my client populations to include those physically challenged and the elderly for whom I served as a Program Aide. I have written evaluations for each client and made recommendations for their activities for daily living (ADR). Frequently, clients were impacted by hospitalizations and hospice and my role expanded to liaison with nurses, doctors, and medical assistants. Such coordination skills are vital to assisting many family clients of the Toby Center.
Our families have different levels of maturity, life experience, and child custody requirements. I draw upon my background as a consultant to young mothers and their children, many of them babies for whom I taught breastfeeding and baby care. Children have become a critical focus of my professional work in recent years. I have recently served as a Community Outreach Representative for Kids Need Both, serving on committees for the regional Domestic Violence Task and (PIC) Partners in Crisis.
I earned my Certification as a Guardian Ad Litem in May 2015. This experience gives me further insight and skills for serving on the Toby Center team in Central Florida. As visitation monitor for families requiring neutral guidance and coordination, I can further assist families in moving forward.
Rose Berkoff Basilio, Intake Coordinator
Rose is a family therapist who began working with the Toby Center when she was in college. More on her bio, coming soon! In the meantime, if you’d like to contact Rose please email: firstname.lastname@example.org